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“services”, “Request” and “expert”

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  • aportodas

    Hello, I recently bought experthive and I have doubts about how it works. First of all, I am sorry to ask this question on the forum but I don’t speak English and it is very difficult for me to follow the reeds so I beg you for a little patience and try to help me. Thank you.

    They are as follows:

    1- What is the link to a “Clain listing” ad for? I know what it’s like to claim an ad, but how does it work? What are you doing? I’ve seen the reeds and I don’t understand them. If you can explain it to me briefly, I appreciate it.

    2- and the second question is that in the experthive topic I see 3 pages created that are called “services”, “Request” and “expert”.

    I think the “request” page allows us to search and filter requests that the user makes to find an expert, but the other two are very similar. What is the difference between them?

    The “Experts” page is where we can look for the experts who advertise with their skills and hourly rate I think, and the “services” page is where all the ads that the experts have created with their skills and rate alike appear. I don’t see any difference.

    A new client on the web who needs an expert to do a job (such as a carpenter to make a piece of furniture) where he must search “services” or “experts”.

    I hope I have explained my doubts well and please don’t forget me and send me to watch videos that I really don’t understand.

    Thank you very much for your understanding.

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    Hola He comprado recientemente experthive y tengo dudas de su funcionamiento. Antes de nada decir que siento hacer esta pregunta en el foro pero no hablo idioma ingles y me cuesta mucho seguir los totorales por lo que les ruego un poco de paciencia y intenten ayudarme. Gracias.
    Son las siguientes :
    1- Para que sirve el link de un anuncio “Clain listing”. Se que es reclamar un anuncio pero como funciona? que hace? Me he visto los totorales y no les entiendo . si me puedes explicar brevemente se lo agradezco.

    2- y la segunda pregunta es que en el tema experthive veo 3 paginas creadas que se llaman “services” “Request” y “expert”.
    La pagina “request ” creo que nos permite buscar y filtrar solicitudes que el usuario hace para encontrar un experto, pero las otras dos son muy parecidas. ┬┐cual es la diferencia entre ellas?
    La pagina “Expertos” es donde podemos buscar los expertos que se anuncian con sus habilidades y tarifa por horas creo, y la pagina “services” es donde aparecen todos los anuncios que han creado los expertos con sus habilidades y tarifa igualmente. No veo diferencia.
    Un cliente nuevo de la web que necesite un experto para realizar un trabajo (como por ejemplo un carpintero para hacer un mueble) donde debe buscar en “services” o en “expertos”.
    Espero haber explicado bien mis dudas y por favor no me dejen olvidado y me manden ver videos que de verdad que no los entiendo.
    Muchas gracias por su comprensi├│n.

    ihor developer

    Hi,
    1. This extension is not recommended for installation in ExpertHive, since this monetization model is used by business directories, where businesses claim their listings (pay to get access to editing their business listing).
    2. Experts page lists expert profiles. A single expert profile page may list multiple services, for example if it’s a software developer profile there may be different listings like “website development”, “app development”, etc. Please consider removing the Experts page if it’s confusing, the expert profile is displayed on the service listing page anyway.
    Hope this helps.

    aportodas

    He has been very kind.

    Thank you for your answers

    A hug

    Ha sido muy amable
    Gracias por sus respuestas
    Un abrazo

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